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The neuroradiologist assists with patient care and a variety of disorders affecting the brain, spine, head and neck. ... These are only a few examples of what a neuroradiologist might diagnose on any given day. A neuroradiologist also may perform minimally invasive procedures on patients. Neuroradiology is primarily used to diagnose brain or spinal cord injuries, diseases, or conditions, such as: Blood vessel disorders in the brain or spinal cord, such as aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations (AVM), and dural arteriovenous fistulae.Neuroradiology is a subspecialty of diagnostic radiology which focuses on diagnosing abnormalities of the head, brain, spine and neck using a range of neuroimaging techniques.Neurosurgery is a branch of surgery that treats conditions and diseases of the brain and nervous system. Radiology is a medical specialty that helps diagnose and treat conditions and diseases using various radiology techniques.

NEURORADIOLOGY IMAGING

  • 20 channel brain coil (first & highest density coil MRI scanner in central India).
  • Brain perfusion, perfusion mapping & 3D ASL.
  • Brain Vessel Wall Imaging.
  • 3D Brain & Neck Angiography.
  • Diffusion Tractography Imaging (DTI / DKI).
  • Whole Sine Diffusion.
  • High Resolution MRI Brachial Plexus & Neurography.
  • 3D contrast-enhanced MRA / MRV protocols. e.g. single step, dynamic, peripheral, whole body MRA with the shortest TR & TE.

Musculoskeletal pain refers to pain in the muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. You can feel this pain in just one area of the body, such as your back. You can also have it throughout your body if you have a widespread condition like fibromyalgia.The musculoskeletal system is made up of the body's bones (the skeleton), muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, joints, and other connective tissue that support and bind tissues and organs together.A tendon is a fibrous connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone. Tendons may also attach muscles to structures such as the eyeball. A tendon serves to move the bone or structureMuscle tissue is composed of cells that have the special ability to shorten or contract in order to produce movement of the body parts. The tissue is highly cellular and is well supplied with blood vessels.

MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING (JOINTS)

  • Dedicated Coils for each body parts / joint imaging.
  • Dynamic TMJ and ilio-sacral joint protocol.
  • Susceptibility – insensitive Protocols (SIP) for prosthesis.
  • MRI Cartilage Mapping (3D MEDIC).
  • High-resolution 3D DESS: Excellent fluid-cartilages differentiation.
  • Dixon 3 points Images – High Resolution 3D Images & improve separation of fat/water signal.

Head and Neck: In the head and neck area, otolaryngologists are trained to treat infectious diseases, both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors, facial trauma, and deformities of the face. They perform both cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgery.Otorhinolaryngologists (also known as otolaryngologists or ear, nose and throat or ENT Surgeons) are surgical specialists who diagnose, evaluate and manage a wide range of diseases of the head and neck, including the ear, nose and throat regions.Otolaryngologists diagnose, manage, and treat disorders of your head and neck. An ENT doctor looks at your ears, nose, throat, sinuses, larynx, and other related parts of your body. ... Some of the specialty areas in otolaryngology include: Allergies.For an ENT physician, the ear, nose, throat, larynx, and the sinuses are in the scope of treatment areas. Unlike physicians who can only medically treat conditions involving these areas and structures, ENT doctors can treat and also perform surgery on the structures involved, if necessary.

Interventional radiology is a medical sub-specialty of radiology utilizing minimally-invasive image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system.Compared to conventional open surgery, interventional radiology offers less pain, less blood loss, lower risk of infection, and faster recovery time. Those who are at higher risk from anesthesia will also benefit from interventional radiology, as interventionalists use only a moderate sedationInterventional radiology is a well-compensated specialty, so most interventional radiologists will become the chief breadwinner of the family. Having a large income is an advantage, and also a huge responsibility. That's why it's so important that interventional radiologists seek some education in personal finance.What does an Interventional Radiology Nurse do? Summary: Interventional Radiology Nurses are vital members of the radiology team, providing patient care during minimally invasive, image-guided procedures.

Paediatricians are doctors who manage medical conditions affecting infants, children and young people. Paediatrics can be divided into 4 main areas: general paediatrics - a hospital role covering children from birth to the age of 16. Most paediatricians have this generalist role.Pediatricians (also known as Paediatricians) are doctors who provide medical care and advice for babies, children, and teenagers. Their role could involve anything from administering immunisations and carrying out routine health checks, to diagnosing and treating a range of injuries and illnesses.Pediatrics is the specialty of medical science concerned with the physical, mental, and social health of children from birth to young adulthood. Pediatric care encompasses a broad spectrum of health services ranging from preventive health care to the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic diseases.

PEDIATRIC IMAGING

  • Pediatric Compliant Protocol depending on body size, faster heart rates and restricted compliance with breath-hold commands.
  • Complete silent 3T-MRI (all sequences).
  • Patient friendly interior & MRI Prism Glasses – Allow patient to seen scenic pictures and guardian.
  • CAIPIRINHA sequences – for Ultra Fast Imaging, reducing scan time.
  • Anaesthetist Team.

Cardiovascular: Pertaining to the heart and blood vessels. Catheter: A thin tube inserted into a vein or artery. Cerebrovascular Disease: The word "cerebrovascular" is made up of two parts "cerebro" which refers to the large part of the brain and "vascular" which means arteries and veins.Cardio refers to issues of the heart whereas vascular refers to issues of the circulation system outside the heart. A cardiovascular specialist is an expert in the vascular system of the heartThe cardiovascular system, also known as the circulatory system, includes the heart, arteries, veins, capillaries and blood. The heart functions as the pump that moves blood through the body.Cardiovascular fitness enhances the ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen-rich blood to the working muscles. Cardiovascular fitness enhances the muscle's ability to use this oxygen to supply adequate energy for movement.

CARDIAC MRI

  • Dynamic imaging & tissue characterization (T1/T2 mapping) with advanced parallel imaging provides fast high-resolution dynamic imaging.
  • Visualization of structural cardiovascular pathologies with Cine MR.
  • 2D/3D cardiac Imaging with 2 chambers / 4 chambers views.
  • Cardiac – Perfusion.
  • Rapid evaluation of left or right
  • ventricular function.
  • High Resolution MRCP and MRI Urography.
  • Free breathing imaging of abdomen and pelvis (3D pelvic imaging).
  • Dixon (VIBE 3pt-Dixon) breath-hold scans, in-phase, opposed phase, fat and water image.
  • Foetal MRI.
  • Non-contrast whole body angiography, pulmonary angiography, aortic angiography and renal angiography.
  • High resolution head and neck images including temporal bone.
  • Whole body diffusion imaging.
  • Tissue Permeability Imaging for cancer e.g. prostate, liver, breast.
  • Quantitative evaluation and fast analysis with colorized Wash-in, Wash-out, time-to-peak, positive-enhancement-integral, MIP time and combination maps with Mean curve.
  • Simultaneous bilateral breast examination.
  • Breast perfusion imaging with kinetic curve for characterization of breast masses.
  • Dedicated breast coil and breast support.
  • Dixon imaging and spectroscopy.
  • CT pulmonary angiography via pressure injector and iso-osmolar contrast.
  • High Resolution CT lung.
  • 3D Bronchoscopy.
  • Triple phase liver scan.
  • CT Abdominal Angiography.
  • CT Enteroclysis.
  • CT urography.
  • CT / USG guided chest & abdomen biopsy.
  • Pigtail catheter insertion.
  • Abscess aspiration.
  • USG guided Breast biopsy.